This quarter we will be reading "classic" papers from ICTD. These are papers that have had a significant influence on the field and warent a checkin to see how they have aged. Discussion each week will focus on the context of the original paper and work that has been done since. A Google Doc for organizing topics and selecting can be found here.
The seminar meets Tuesdays, 1:30-2:30 in CSE 203.
|1||Oct 4||---------||Planning and disorganization|
|2||Oct 11||Trevor||Warana unwired: Replacing PCs with mobile phones in a rural sugarcane cooperative Veeraghavan, Yasodhar and Toyama (PDF)|
|3||Oct 18||Fahad||Mobile phones and paper documents: evaluating a new approach for capturing microfinance data in rural India. Parikh, Jvaid, Sasikumar, and Ghosh (PDF)|
|4||Oct 25||Aditya||Mobile-izing health workers in rural India. Ramachandran et. al (PDF)|
|5||Nov 1||Matt||A Delay-Tolerant Network Architecture for Challenged Internets Fall(PDF)|
|6||Nov 8||Group Meeting On Fraud|
|7||Nov 15||Sam & Tony||Evaluating and improving the usability of Mechanical Turk for low-income workers in India Khanna et. al (PDF)|
|9||Nov 29||Samia||Intermediated technology use in developing communities Sambasivan, Cutrell, Toyama, and Nardi (PDF)|
|10||Dec 6||Esther||Design and Implementation of the KioskNet System S. Guo et al. (PDF)|